International Journal of TROPICAL DISEASE & Health (IJTDH) (ISSN: 2278 – 1005) aims to publish high quality papers (Click here for Types of paper) in the areas of tropical medicine and public health research, reports on the efficacy of new drugs and methods of treatment, prevention and control methodologies, new testing methods and equipment. This is a quality controlled, peer-reviewed, open access INTERNATIONAL journal. IJTDH will not only publish traditional full research reports, including short communications, but also this journal will publish reports/articles on all stages of the research process like study protocols, pilot studies and pre-protocols. IJTDH is novelty attracting, open minded, peer-reviewed medical periodical, designed to serve as a perfectly new platform for both mainstream and new ground shaking works as long as they are technically correct and scientifically motivated. This journal has no connection with any society or association, related to Tropical medicine, disease or Public health and allied fields. This is an independent journal.

Current Issue

2024 - Volume 45 [Issue 6]


Original Research Article

Prevalence of Malaria and Helicobacter Pylori Coinfection and Associated Sociodemographic Factors among Blood Donors in Douala General Hospital

Watching Djakissam , Thelma Epole Agberndifor , Ndouwe Tissebe Menga Honoré , Ebude Roda Nzegge , Zeuko’o Menkem Elisabeth, Yimtchi Ngassa Christian Lavoisier , Abange William Baiye, Emmanuel Rode Mengue

Evaluation of Anti-urolithiasis Activity by Nucleation Assay

Siddhartha Lolla , Harika Peddinti , Sravanthi Gojuvaka, Samrin Saba , Uma Devi Dasari , Madhavi Pillalamarri

Phenotypic and Genotypic Detection of UV-induced Bacteriocin Production in Enteric Gram-Negative Rods and their Activity against Escherichia coli O157: H7

O. O. Oluwajide, R. A. Olowe, O. J. Adefioye, O. C. Adekunle, F. M. Adeyemi, S. B. Akinde, E.F Aluko, O. A. Olowe

Public Health Implications of Cholera- a Water Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) Related Infectious Disease in the Era of Climate Change: The Nigeria Experience

Nnenna Ihua , Owhorchukwu Amadi-Wali , Evelyn Orevaoghene Onosakponome, Chidi L.C. Ndukwu., Roseanne Adah Ikpeama , Cyrilgentle Ugochukwu Okorocha